Wye's fate will be more important to American interests than Oslo ever was.
Fouad Ajami's new book argues that the Arabs have defeated themselves by a blind adherence to anachronistic ideologies of self-glorification, both nationalist and Islamist.
Change in Iran is in the air, and it could be dramatic--but this is speculative and both the timetable and the actual policy implications are impossible to specify.
In the wake of the Hebron agreement, the imperative for Israel (and the United States) has been to formulate a coherent strategy for the next phase.
February 28, 1996 marked the fifth anniversary of the U.
Benyamin Netanyahu's election as Israel's prime minister on May 29 was greeted by a great international gnashing of teeth.
The voice squawked from the loudspeaker in the Pentagon's command center: "We have an event.
Marton's qualifications to write a book about the Middle East are slightly higher than Bernadotte's were to make peace there, but in the end it comes to the same: two boy scouts setting up pup-tents in minefields.
In March 1975, the second Sinai negotiation between Israel and Egypt broke down.
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